Despite Being A Muslim, Sani Dangote Buried 2 Days Later, Here’s Why

Despite Being A Muslim, Sani Dangote Buried 2 Days Later, Here's Why
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Sani Dangote, the late Vice President of Dangote Group, and brother of the African richest man Aliko Dangote has on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, been laid to rest. had reported that Sani died on Sunday, November 14, in a Miami hospital in the United States after a protracted illness.

However, while many people had thought Sani to be buried immediately as it relates to the religion he practised, which was Islam, he couldn’t be buried immediately as his body arrived in Kano State from the United States on Tuesday, November 16.

But two days after Sani passed away, his burial event which was led by Imam Sani Muhammad and attended by thousands of Muslims, was conducted at the palace of the Emir of Kano at about 11 a.m. learnt that the deceased was buried at Sarari graveyard, where deceased members of Dantata family are buried.

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Following the burial, Sheikh Tijjani Bala-Kalarawi, who led the prayers at the event, described the deceased as a humble, generous, and nice gentleman during his lifetime.

He stressed the need for people to judge themselves based on their deeds every day before going to bed, to enable them to do more good deeds while alive.

Dignitaries in attendance at the burial of Sani Dangote

The Minister of Aviation, Alhaji Hadi Sirika, led the Federal Government’s delegation, while Senate President Ahmad Lawan led the National Assembly members.

Some others who attended the funeral included Presidential spokesman, Garba Shehu, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, and Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado-Bayero.

Others were Borno Governor, Babagana Zulum, Sen. Bukola Saraki, Director General, Department of State Services (DSS), Yusuf Magaji-BichiAlhaji Aliko Dangote, Alhaji Abdussamad Isyaka-Rabiu, and captains of industries from within and outside the country, among others.

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